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Hey DB, there are some tweaks for helping to reduce the rubber banding and stuttering in BF4. If you haven't tried them already let me know and I'll provide a link(s). A few of the tweaks really helped improve my game play experience in BF4.
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Hey DB, there are some tweaks for helping to reduce the rubber banding and stuttering in BF4. If you haven't tried them already let me know and I'll provide a link(s). A few of the tweaks really helped improve my game play experience in BF4.

sure go ahead smile.gif
post #53 of 63
First;
http://forums.overclockersclub.com/index.php?showtopic=197555&hl=

Second;
Navigate to your BF4 install folder and locate the Redist folder. Open that folder and find the DXSetup.exe
Run the DX updater

Third;
Make sure that Windows is updated to .net Framework 4.5

Fourth;
Play with the network smoothing factor adjustment in the BF4 options menu

Good luck.
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post #54 of 63
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Quote:
Originally Posted by wevsspot View Post

First;
http://forums.overclockersclub.com/index.php?showtopic=197555&hl=

Second;
Navigate to your BF4 install folder and locate the Redist folder. Open that folder and find the DXSetup.exe
Run the DX updater

Third;
Make sure that Windows is updated to .net Framework 4.5

Fourth;
Play with the network smoothing factor adjustment in the BF4 options menu

Good luck.

+rep - for helping - as this would be useful for others - but not me smile.gif
My DX is up to date, I'm on the latest framework (via win updates), my cores have been unparked for quite some time now and my network smoothing is on 10%.

Nice of you to think of those things though! smile.gif
post #55 of 63
Sorry that I didn't have anything to add. When I disable SLi on my GTX 670 cards, stuttering and FPS lags almost go completely away. But then of course my avg. FPS drops pretty dramatically too frown.gif

However, for the most part the game is really not bad using the tweaks we talked about earlier. I'm running GeForce driver 332.21.

I've heard that the new beta driver optimizes the DX11 API and improve efficiency by dropping CPU overhead on multi-gpu setups, and supposedly it helps on all DX11 game titles. I haven't tried it yet though.
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post #56 of 63
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Originally Posted by wevsspot View Post

Sorry that I didn't have anything to add. When I disable SLi on my GTX 670 cards, stuttering and FPS lags almost go completely away. But then of course my avg. FPS drops pretty dramatically too frown.gif

However, for the most part the game is really not bad using the tweaks we talked about earlier. I'm running GeForce driver 332.21.

I've heard that the new beta driver optimizes the DX11 API and improve efficiency by dropping CPU overhead on multi-gpu setups, and supposedly it helps on all DX11 game titles. I haven't tried it yet though.

Indeed they do mate - check my thread:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1480050/new-nvidia-337-50-drivers-battlefield-4-benchmarks-ht-on-vs-ht-off

It's absolutely mental
post #57 of 63
Thanks for the link TD. That really helps move me off the fence. Think I'll wait for the WHQL release and then dive in. BF4 is the only game I spend a lot of time in, so glad to know that there are improvements using the latest driver.
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post #58 of 63
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Thanks for the link TD. That really helps move me off the fence. Think I'll wait for the WHQL release and then dive in. BF4 is the only game I spend a lot of time in, so glad to know that there are improvements using the latest driver.

No worries buddy!
As far as I've tested 0 problems with the new "BETA" driver.
I would jump on right now if I were you!

Cheers for the rep too!
post #59 of 63
NP - it was well deserved. You did a ton of work work over in that thread and I really appreciate. Quick ?

Were the optimizations we talked about above (i.e. core parking) enabled when you did the W7 benchmarks? Or did you revert it back to stock?
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post #60 of 63
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NP - it was well deserved. You did a ton of work work over in that thread and I really appreciate. Quick ?

Were the optimizations we talked about above (i.e. core parking) enabled when you did the W7 benchmarks? Or did you revert it back to stock?

Indeed they were enabled - thus I've had my cores unparked for very long (ever since BETA came out)
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